The car is a black vert with black interior and black rims with polished lip. Staggered. Going for the all black look in Florida...smart I know but its a weekend cruiser so whatever LOL
It's been cold here in Florida lately so I haven't went outside much. (OK anything below 50 is freezing to me). Here's a few pics. Today I am going to wash her so after that I'll take more. This car I have had now for almost 8 years. It's got a build date of November 2000 and I've felt your pain nile LOL. I ordered the wrong clutch and flywheel because I went off the 2001 spec but since it was built in 2000 it uses the older bolt patten.
Anywhere here's a few:
Here's a pic after detailing the engine bay. I scrubbed the 18 year old crud off the hood and detailed everything. Only thing I need to do is take off the hood liner, scrub and hose it down, and repaint it with fabric paint. The EGR valve is also rusted so I need to sand and paint it black. Here you can see my red top, accell coils, strut tower brace, airaid CAI, C&L plenum, BBK TB, caster/camber adjusters, catch can, ect. Not bad for being 18 years old. Everything that should be new is new right down to the idler pulleys. In the background is a box from Lloyd mats. That's a new trunk carpet. I have to totally redo my trunk. It's kind of a mess and looks bad. When the trunk weatherstrip failed water got in. Mix that with the Florida sun and going unnoticed for weeks and I got a mold problem. Ripped everything out, bleached it all down to kill mold, and had to cut a piece of wood to replace the stock to go over the spare tire well and bought fabric from joannes to attempt to match the OEM color - I failed. I also used too thick of wood. New plan is to get thinner wood and recut it then lay the Lloyd mat over it for that OEM look again. Then redo all the wiring and mounts for my subwoofer (10" Alpine Type R ported) and remount the amps. Redo all the wiring so it looks more professional.
Here's where the BBK Ceramic long tubes meet the midpipe. I painted the BBK O/R H pipe black prior to install for rust protection purposes. You can also get a glimpse of the MM FLSFC welded up.
This is a peek of what you can really see of the long tubes from looking in the engine bay. The BBK logo. You can also see the accel super coils better. I also repainted the stock valve covers with black high temp grill paint. This was taken before the detail and brace installed.
I'll take more today.